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Re: Subversion RPM: RedHat Enterprise 3.0 install

From: David Summers <david_at_summersoft.fay.ar.us>
Date: 2004-08-07 22:19:56 CEST

On Fri, 30 Jul 2004, Matt Pounsett wrote:

> Hi there. I'm directing this to you personally, rather than the subversion
> mailing list because I think it may not be relevant to all users... if you
> feel it should to there, please feel free to forward this on to the list and
> CC any further replies there.

Please send mail to the users@subversion.tigris.org mailing list as
sometimes (like this time) I'm too busy to respond and someone else might
be able to help you.
> I've grabbed your subversion-1.0.6-1.wbel3.i386.rpm for installation on RedHat
> Edge Server 3.0 and have run into a likely minor problem.. but I wanted to get
> some clarification before I proceed.
> Quite simply, this is the start of my problem:
> # rpm -i subversion-1.0.6-1.wbel3.i386.rpm
> error: Failed dependencies:
> apr >= 0.9.5 is needed by subversion-1.0.6-1
> apr-util >= 0.9.5 is needed by subversion-1.0.6-1
> db42 >= 4.2.52 is needed by subversion-1.0.6-1
> libdb-4.2.so is needed by subversion-1.0.6-1
> libneon.so.24 is needed by subversion-1.0.6-1
> neon >= 0.24.7 is needed by subversion-1.0.6-1
> Now, according to the Subversion install docs, no additional software should
> be necessary for the client at runtime.. only if I want to compile subversion
> from scratch. If this is the case, would this represent a bug in your .spec
> file?

On RHEL3/WBEL3 Subversion requires the latest versions of BDB (4.2.52),
Apache (at least 2.0.48), APR/APR-UTIL (unreleased 0.9.5), neon, and such.

Since RHEL3/WBEL3 doesn't come with those versions then you need to
install them from my RPMs. Unfortunately, there are some conflicts with
existing packages, so you can't just do a "rpm -i *.rpm" on my stuff. You
need to upgrade some packages and install others (so you don't wipe out
existing capability (BDB, for example) and check carefully whether you can
update your Apache without causing problems, there are lots of
> I would have grabbed a copy of your source RPM, but
> http://summersoft.fay.ar.us/pub/subversion/1.0.6/whitebox-el-3/src/ is empty,
> and http://summersoft.fay.ar.us/pub/subversion/latest/whitebox-el-3/src/ is
> out of date (it only has subversion 1.0.2).

You could also build directly from Subversion in the
packages/rpm/whitebox-el-3 directory by just typing "make" assuming all
the other required devel packages are installed. That's basically all I
do when generating a new RPM for distribution.

However, I've now put the source RPMs in the 1.0.6/whitebox-el-3/src
> If you could make a copy of your source RPM available, that would be great and
> I could likely work out the answers to my own questions. If not, could you
> clarify the dependancies above?

Hopefully the above does that.

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